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Salavisa, I., Ferreiro, Maria de Fátima & Bizarro, S. (2020). Food system transition in the Lisbon Metropolitan Area: the role of bottom-up experiments. 3º Encontro da Associação de Economia Política Portuguesa - Space, Time and Political Economy.
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I. S. Lança et al.,  "Food system transition in the Lisbon Metropolitan Area: the role of bottom-up experiments", in 3º Encontro da Associação de Economia Política Portuguesa - Space, Time and Political Economy, Porto, 2020
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@misc{lança2020_1618563392428,
	author = "Salavisa, I. and Ferreiro, Maria de Fátima and Bizarro, S.",
	title = "Food system transition in the Lisbon Metropolitan Area: the role of bottom-up experiments",
	year = "2020",
	url = "https://economiapolitica.pt/noticia/3o-encontro-anual/"
}
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TY  - CPAPER
TI  - Food system transition in the Lisbon Metropolitan Area: the role of bottom-up experiments
T2  - 3º Encontro da Associação de Economia Política Portuguesa - Space, Time and Political Economy
AU  - Salavisa, I.
AU  - Ferreiro, Maria de Fátima
AU  - Bizarro, S.
PY  - 2020
CY  - Porto
UR  - https://economiapolitica.pt/noticia/3o-encontro-anual/
AB  - The transition of food systems towards sustainability implies structural changes, namely the development of organic farming and alternative supply chains, where bottom-up experiments play a major role. 
In the case of food systems, the centrality of territorial units and scales is fundamental. Additionally, the multidimensionality of the innovation process with the inclusion of social, organizational and legal dimensions has to be considered.  
Bearing this in mind, the paper addresses the role of Metropolitan Areas in the food systems transition focusing on the case of Lisbon Metropolitan Area (LMA). This case is analysed according the following analytical dimensions: i) characterization of the Lisbon Metropolitan Area in socioeconomic and governance terms, namely land use patterns; ii) identification of the relevant policies involved, namely the Common Agricultural Policy; iii) presentation of bottom-up experiments located in LMA within the theoretical framework of the transition studies. 

ER  -